I saw a fantastic deal on a Cisco 1861 SRST on eBay, so decided that our home needed one.
Beautiful, isn’t it?
After registering for a new Sipgate account and using the config from www.netconf.co.uk, I found that the new user IDs couldn’t be entered into CME as a ‘clid network-number’.
Cisco IOS only takes a numerical value as the ‘clid network-number’ but Sipgate user IDs have a letter in them.
As a workaround for this, I manually amended ‘From’ field the SIP Invite message sent to Sipgate.
dial-peer voice 1 voip clid network-number xxxxxxxx
I’ve used the following:
voice class sip-profiles 1 request INVITE sip-header From modify "(<.*:)(.*@)" "\1xxxxxxxx@" dial-peer voice 1 voip voice-class sip profiles 1
This was taken from Cisco’s example found here.